The Barley Hall belongs to the very retro medieval architectural style. It is very beautiful. It shows the taste of the original owner of the hall. It is worth visiting and browsing. There is also an English introduction to help understand, which is pretty good.
Barley Hall, located in the city of York, is a historic medieval treasurer building. The interior has been renovated and decorated many times. Now it is open to tourists. The first sight of the building feels full of British style. The interior decoration of the hall is also very good. Bright and simple.
There is a little obvious English-style building, and the rest is not felt to me.
There are actually quite a lot of tourists here, the environment is very good, come and see it is very good, we like it, and the dance performance is also very good.
The hall is a medieval facility. The main structure here is made of wood, decorated with many cloth strips, the gate is very tall, and the double leaf opens the door.